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Due Date: 11/16/2017

INVITATION TO BID
Sidewalk Snow Removal Services
For the City of Port Huron Downtown District

SPECIFICATIONS/SCOPE OF WORK

1) INTRODUCTION:

Through this Invitation to Bid (ITB), the City of Port Huron (City) on behalf of the Port Huron Downtown District (PHDD)  hereby invites businesses that meet the qualifications set forth herein to submit bids to provide sidewalk snow removal services as outlined below.

2) SCOPE OF SERVICES:

a) The City of Port Huron, on behalf of the Port Huron Downtown District (PHDD), is soliciting bids from qualified snow removal contractors for seasonal sidewalk snow removal within the districts. Qualified contractors must have a thorough knowledge of snow removal and will be required to provide all equipment, personnel, supervision, and related materials to complete the task of plowing and salting, as is necessary, all sidewalks as designated to provide a clean walking surface. For purposes of simplification, it is presumed salting (as conditions warrant) will follow plowing, with a resulting “clean walking surface” as defined below.

b) The Contractor will be held responsible for any direct or indirect damages or injuries resulting from any act, omission, neglect, or conduct in the execution of the work to any public or private property within the City of Port Huron. Such property shall be restored to its original condition at the expense of the contractor. As applicable, it is recommended a rubber cutting edge is used for plowing, due to the risk of damaging brick pavers.  Any damage must be reported to the District’s designee.

c) All personnel are to be appropriately and legally licensed to operate vehicles/equipment as is required by City, County, State or Federal Ordinance/Mandate. The City of Port Huron requires the operating company’s name be displayed on all street vehicles.

d) The contractor’s employees are expected to respond to the public in a respectable and courteous manner.

e) Personnel must be readily identified as employees of the company, i.e., company jackets, hats, etc., with company’s name prominently displayed.

3) SPECIFICATIONS:

a) Sidewalk plowing (and salting) is necessary once two inches of snowfall has occurred. This shall be done without being called to do so unless otherwise directed by the assigned designee from the district.

b) If less than two inches of snowfall has occurred, salting may be needed. If salting is needed, the assigned designee from the District will call to direct salting operations.

c) The contractor may be called out on an as-needed basis at the direction of the District’s designee at any time if it is determined sidewalk plowing (and salting) is necessary.

d) The contractor will be called out on an as-needed basis if the District’s designee determines snow should be hauled from the districts. Snow is to be loaded and hauled at night between 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Contact designee for placement of hauled snow; rarely, the City of Port Huron may require this service and will direct the location to have it taken to when calling in the service.

e) The contractor will respond within one (1) hour of notification by the District’s designee in regards to plowing services.

f) The contractor, following the authorization to proceed, will plow the assigned site(s) in a manner that will provide a clean walking surface for pedestrian use. Clean shall be defined to mean surface relatively free of snow and ice as determined by the City of Port Huron.

g) The City of Port Huron reserves the right to add/delete any sidewalk covered within the district. Further, the City of Port Huron reserves the right to direct the contractor on the order in which sidewalks will be plowed.

h) It is expected the contractor will complete the work within a two and one-half (2 & 1/2) hour time-frame for an approximate two-inch snowfall. This is used for an approximation of expectations by the City of Port Huron.

i) All sidewalks shall be cleared from storefront to curbline with no snow or ice left adjacent to buildings; snow must be cleared away from all business entranceways. Snow and ice are to always be cleared toward the street; no snow is to be pushed onto the street or landscape areas. Snow in the parking lane and on the curbline from the road being plowed must be removed by contractor as well.

j) Contractors shall provide with their submittal equipment lists showing what equipment they have and “intend on using” in fulfilling this services contract.

k) When spreading salt, contractor’s employees must be extremely careful not to throw NaCl (salt) into permanent planter boxes that are placed along major streets.

l) Sidewalk Snow Plowing Areas: (Reference Attachment, Sidewalk Snow Plowing Areas). Salt to be used is NaCl or CaCl (as directed).

m) Removal and/or Storage activities must be coordinated with the City of Port Huron.

4) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Respondents will be deemed non-responsible and rejected without any further evaluation if they do not meet the following qualifications:

a) Contractor must have minimum five (5) years’ experience providing snowplowing services to residential, commercial, or municipal customers.

b) Contractor must provide three (3) references when contractor has provided similar services over the past two (2) years; provide firm name, contact name (phone number and e-mail address) and type of service provided. Use the form provided later in this document. Failure to provide this information will render the submittal as non-responsive and rejected without further evaluation.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Preferred that contractor has had a contract within the past five (5) years to clear public sidewalks of snow.

Preferred that contractor has been under contract with a municipality or public entity over the past five (5) years to provide snowplowing services.

NOTE: All verbiage, including contract language, which contains “City of Port Huron shall
include the City of Port Huron Downtown District.


Issue Date:  October 13, 2017    
Pre-bid Question Deadline:  November 16, 2017 at 10:00 am    
Bid Deadline:  Sealed bids must be submitted by: November 16, 2017 at 3:00 pm

Bids must be on the attached Bid Form. See details

Send Bids to: City of Port Huron/Snow Removal Bids
100 McMorran Blvd Room 217
Port Huron, MI 48060

Purchasing contact:  Bobbie Seppo
Phone: (810)-984-9728 Ext. 1097
E-mail: seppob@porthuron.org

Pre-Bid Question contact: Ben Pionk
Phone: (810)-984-9709
E-mail: pionkb@porthuron.org



Due Date: 1/25/2018
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
                                CITY OF PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
2018 MAINTENACE DREDGING
DOWNTOWN & RIVER STREET DOCKS

PROJECT NO. P17-0190

Sealed Bids will be received by the City of Port Huron, Michigan, at the office of the Finance Director, Room 217, the Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, until 3:00 p.m., Thursday, January 25, 2018, and immediately thereafter the bids will be publicly opened and read in the Third Floor Conference Room 317 of the aforesaid Municipal Office Center.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Furnish all labor, material, and equipment required to remove approximately 2,000 CY of material from the City of Port Huron Downtown Mooring Slips.  Maintenance dredging includes mechanical dredging, stockpiling at offloading site, loading and trucking to an approved disposal site, erosion and sediment control, restoration of offloading site, and all associated work.  River excavation is to occur following spring ice breakup and must be completed by April 15, 2018.  Dredge spoil disposal and restoration is to be completed by June 23, 2018.

Bidding Documents, Drawings and Project Manual Contract Documents, including the instructions to bidders form, agreement and specifications may be examined and shall be obtained from the office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron, Room 316, Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan 48060 beginning on December 28, 2017 upon payment of a printing fee of $25.00 per set.  Shipping is an additional $10.00 per set.  There will be no refunds or return of Bidding Documents.  The purchaser must supply the telephone number and street address of the individual or firm to whom addendum (if any) can be directed.  All bidders shall obtain a complete set of bid documents from the Office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron and appear on the City’s Planholder List for the project. 

A certified check payable to the City of Port Huron, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and a surety company, in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid, shall be submitted with each bid.  No bid may be withdrawn for at least one hundred twenty (120) days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids.  All bids must be submitted on proposal forms provided by the City of Port Huron for that purpose.

The City of Port Huron reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or irregularities in the bid, and to accept any bid that is deemed most advantageous to the said City’s interests. The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory documents, including Performance, Labor and Materials, Maintenance and Guarantee bonds, as well as insurance certificates.

All bidders are required to qualify, according to the Bidder Qualification regulations for contractors bidding on City of Port Huron contracts., as set forth in Instructions to Bidders.  Contractors must comply with the City of Port Huron Uniform City Income Tax Ordinance.  For questions regarding this project, please contact Dave Smith, P.E. at (810) 984-9730.

City of Port Huron, Michigan
Lennie Naeyaert P.E.
City Engineer

PUBLISHED:    City of Port Huron Website (www.porthuron.org) – December 28, 2017
        Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA) Website – December 28, 2017

Planholder's List: P17-0190_pl0001.pdf


Due Date: 1/31/2018
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
ELMWOOD STREET SANITARY PUMP STATION REHABILITATION
PROJECT NO. P18-0020


Sealed bids will be received by the City of Port Huron, Michigan, in the office of the Finance Director, Room 217, the Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, until 3:00pm on Wednesday January 31, 2018, and immediately thereafter the bids will be publicly opened in the Third Floor Conference Room 317 of the aforesaid Municipal Office Center.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Work consists of furnishing labor, material and equipment including removal of existing pumps, valves, piping, vents, access hatches, concrete and electrical equipment and provision of new pumps, piping, valves, vents, access hatches, concrete and electrical equipment for a complete installation.

A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. at the Waste Water Treatment Plant located at 100 Merchant Avenue, Port Huron, Michigan.  A representative from the company submitting the proposal must attend for the bid to be responsive.

Bidding documents including drawings, project manual contract documents, insurance and bidding requirements, and specifications under which the work is to be done may be examined and shall be obtained from the office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron, Room 316, Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, 48060 beginning on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, for a printing fee of $25.  Shipping is an additional $10 per set.  There will be no refunds or returns of bidding documents.  The purchaser must supply the telephone number and street address of the individual or firm to whom addendum (if any) can be directed.  All Bidders shall obtain a complete set of bid documents from the Office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron and appear on the City’s Planholder List for the project.

A certified check payable to the City of Port Huron, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and a surety company, in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid, shall be submitted with each bid.  No bid may be withdrawn for at least ninety (90) days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids.  Only bids submitted on the forms provided by the City of Port Huron for that purpose will be accepted.

The City of Port Huron reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or irregularities in the bid, and to accept any bid or portion thereof which is deemed most advantageous to the said City's interests.  The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance, labor and materials, and maintenance bonds and insurance certificates. 

All bidders are required to qualify according to the bidder qualification regulations for contractors bidding on City of Port Huron contracts as set forth in the instruction to bidders.  Contractor must comply with the City of Port Huron Uniform City Income Tax Ordinance.  For questions regarding this project, please contact Eric Witter at (810) 984-9730.

City of Port Huron, Michigan
Lennie M. Naeyaert, P.E.
City Engineer

PUBLISHED:    City of Port Huron website (www.porthuron.org) – December 21, 2017
Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MIT) Website – December 21, 2017
Michigan Technology Network (MITN) – December 21, 2017

Planholder's List: P17-0190_PL.pdf


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